screenplay

[skreen-pley]
noun
1.
a motion-picture or television scenario.
2.
Older Use. a motion picture.

Origin:
1915–20; screen + play

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screenplay (ˈskriːnˌpleɪ)
 
n
the script for a film, including instructions for sets and camera work

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The plot is endearing and fun, and points to a well-written screenplay.
Actually the shuttle retirement is a plot point in my comet impact screenplay.
Cuing screenplay writers: a good set-up to a bad disaster movie.
They ask the audience to find feelings and emotions that no one has bothered to
  write into the screenplay.
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